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Keep Your Heart Fit

Updated | February 6, 2017 02:33 IST

Heart is why we live, and is always important that we know how to be healthy and know more information in order to keep yourself healthy and fit.

Firstly, we need to learn what habits we need to inculcate in us to keep ourselves fit and healthy.

Eating healthy, we see that these days many of us do not focus on eating the right food at the right time instead we eat whenever we want to and that affects the complete metabolism of an individual which is now one of the major effects of a person’s health getting affected.

Not many these days are actually taking care of themselves and keep themselves fit, we rarely find people taking their health serious and keeping up with regular exercise, it is a must to understand that one needs to do regular exercise and be fit and that is how they are being bound to bad health conditions and ruining each individual’s life.

How many these days are actually looking their age? How many visit the doctor asking for solutions regarding their obese bodies. So many right and why do you think this happens that is because there is no actual care and concern one has on their bodies and their weight. One needs to make sure to keep their weight intact and be in that way till they feel it is okay for them to actually measure that they need to do so.

You know that exercise and a good diet can keep your heart healthy. But what else can you do to keep your ticker going strong? Here are five key things you need to do every day to help your heart work most efficiently. Incorporate these habits into your lifestyle and your heart health will be the best it can be for you.

Recent studies show that the risk of developing heart disease is about 25 to 30 percent higher for people who are exposed to secondhand smoke at home or work. According to the American Heart Association, exposure to tobacco smoke contributes to about 34,000 premature heart disease deaths and 7,300 lung cancer deaths each year. And nonsmokers who have high blood pressure or high blood cholesterol have an even greater risk of developing heart disease when they’re exposed to secondhand smoke. This is because the chemicals emitted from cigarette smoke promote the development of plaque buildup in the arteries.

Well, recent studies show that the there are very few people who actually take care of their health status and that is why we are where we fail which is to be incredibly corrected.

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